I just picked up a Taylor K-1000 kit this weekend, since the reagents on my current Guardex kit are running out. I have a K-2006 on order, but I like the simpler OTO kit for frequent testing. I didn't realize that the K-1000 did not perform the acid demand test, which I have used frequently on my old Guardex kit.
In researching the kits on the Taylor web site, it looks like the R-0014 Phenol red reagent and the comparator that are in the K-1000 are the same used in some other kits that have acid demand. So I am thinking of ordering the R-0015 acid demand reagent so that my kit can do the acid demand test. However, I will still be lacking the chart that converts from drops to volume of acid required.
My questions: Does this approach sound resonable? And if so, is there any place to get the chart that I need, or is there a simple drops to pints conversion for a given pool size?